The wealthy were often not drafted, but if one was drafted he could usually bribe an official with a drink and some money. The cost to hire a substitute was as much as $1000 (an enormous sum at a time when $500 was the average annual income). However, with the flat fee set at $300 for exemption from a single draft call, a substitute could have been cheaper in the long run.
Conscription, also known as the draft, affected the Civil War in different ways. Since the conscription was new in this time, there were some flaws in their system which made it unfair to some. The conscription immediately led to riots and fear. Most of the riots had happened because the wealthy were able to pay to be exempt from the draft. Overall, the initial conscription of the Civil War itself was not very successful or liked because of how much conflict and pressure it put on the people's shoulders. However, war wise, it gave each side more men to fight with.
Mainly the military draft, otherwise it wasn't much different than the US Civil War, etc.
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It was the North that had the problems with the draft. An affluent young man could pay a substitute to do his service for him. This was obviously bad for morale. But it also didn't help the armies much. Simply - who were these substitutes? Obviously, men who had been too young or too old when the draft was first announced, or men who had been dodging the draft, or men who had already been rejected by the army.
Draft horses can be very expensive. The best draft horses in the world are sought after and can cost thousands of dollars.
Draft Day grossed $28,842,237 worldwide.
Wealthy in Spanish is "adinerado" but "rico" (rich) is much more common.
2,000,000 / year
Actually it was very much like a war fought nearly 100 years earlier; the US Civil War. Both the Civil War and Vietnam had US presidents assassinated; both had vice presidents named Johnson take over the office after the assassinations. Both wars had a draft and draft riots and draft dodgers. Both wars were UNDECLARED, and in both wars; the south lost. Both wars began in '61.
You don't pay money. You play in the Draft Combine and then you might get drafted.
Draft Day grossed $28,842,237 in the domestic market.
When the Ottoman Turks conquered much of eastern Europe, they imposed heavy taxes on the Christians living under their control. Many of the wealthy converted to Islam to avoid the taxes.
since you pay commission charges for the draft before getting it, your money would be returned in full if you cancel the draft.
Because both sides were running out of troops. The war was turning out much longer and bloodier than most people had guessed.
Much wealthier than you are!
The Pope is not a particularly wealthy person as an individual, but he has access to the resources of the Catholic Church, which is enormously wealthy.
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Typically, draft horses can pull about 6 times their own body weight. A draft can pull a lot more than an Arab.
A man, born just after 12:00 a.m. DST, was able to circumvent the Vietnam War draft by using a daylight saving time loophole. When drafted, he argued that standard time, not DST, was the official time for recording births in his state of Delaware in the year of his birth. Thus, under official standard time he was actually born on the previous day—and that day had a much higher draft lottery number, allowing him to avoid the draft.
A grown draft horse will typicaly weight from 1500 pounds up to 3000 pounds.
about as much as a haypenny from the civil war
A Elephant is much stronger